A shop window selling Jewish items on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, New York City, USA, circa 1955. A US flag is positioned opposite the flag of Israel, and a sign advertises Reverend I. Faber, 'Circumcision Surgeon'. (Photo by Archive Photos/Getty Images)

The future of Judaism in America

American Jews are becoming more Orthodox, and yet, less religious. The vast majority of American Jews feel attached to Israel, yet there is a growing generational divide. These are just a couple of the major takeaways from Pew’s 2021 survey of American Jews.

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